Pro residential roofing by Hollywood Elite Roofers
A top rated roofing contractor in Hollywood, FL
We've been installing new roofs and insulation on residential properties in Hollywood, FL for 15 years. We are licensed, bonded and insured.
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"Hollywood Elite Roofing is one of the best roofing contractors in the City of Hollywood, FL"
We've been putting roofs on houses for 15 years.
We are fully licensed, state certified, bonded and insured.
We know the building codes in Hollywood, FL.
The quality of our work allows us to offer the top warranties around.
We can install any kind of residential roof: shingle roof, tile roof, slate roof, metal roof.
For an A to Z roof job we can also install gutters and downspouts.
We can install an affordable shingle roof, or a fancy Spanish style tiled roof.
We install roofs with hurricanes in mind.
We use roofing materials rated for intense Florida heat, UV index, and sea salt exposure.
We waterproof your roof with the latest tech. Options: PVC membrane, Sealoflex Roof System, Carlisle SynTec.
As general contractors, we can also install roof frames and rafters.
We'll leave your construction site as clean as the day we started.
The price was fair. Materials were the best in class (I’m a construction superintendent by profession, so I know quite a bit about the subject). The work started right away after the permit was obtained. Trash got hauled away the same day, each day. I spoke with 5 other companies beforehand, but I’m sure glad I went with Hollywood Elite Roofing. Highly recommended!
We proudly serve Hollywood, FL, and all the neighboring South Florida communities:
Fort Lauderdale • Dania Beach • Pembroke Pines • Miramar • Hallandale Beach • Aventura • Davie • Plantation • North Miami Beach • Miami Gardens • Opa Locka • Hialeah • Broward • Miami Dade
A hurricane went over the City of Hollywood 71 times in the last 144 years. Your roof is either prepared or not.
Wow, you guys did an outstanding job reroofing my house. The house looks better than we have imagined. The crew took such a good care cleaning up after themselves. And no one could believe how quickly everything got completed. John was super easy to work with – super up front and honest about everything. Will eagerly recommend Hollywood Elite Roofing to anyone looking for a true professional service.
Top reasons to get your roof done with us
1 We have 15 years of experience installing and repairing roofs.
2 You'll find our prices to be very fair
3 We use the best brand materials available
4 We value your time and understand the inconvenience that replacing a roof might cause. We start as quick as we can, and we get the job done.
5 We give you the best warranty in the industry for our workmanship.
6 We clean up after ourselves after each work day.
7 We are local to Hollywood FL and know the city ordinances.
What should I look for when hiring a roofing contractor?
Installing a roof is a major undertaking. Make sure to do your due diligence when choosing your contractor.
Make sure that they are insured and licensed.
Ask about the warranty specific to the roofing material that you chose. There are two warranties to look for: labor warranty and material warranty.
Make sure that the building materials that you choose are in sufficient stock.
Do talk the timeline and check the weather. One Florida shower is all you need to soak a house without a roof.
Make sure that the area around the house will be protected, and that trash removal and clean up will be taken care of.
A rough estimate over the phone is ok. But make sure that your roofer comes out in person to inspect your site before giving you a project price.
Make sure that you are getting a quality waterproofing barrier for your roof with the installation.
Make sure that the roof will be reinforced with starter strip shingles/tiles is the first line of defense against a hurricane (if the first row of the roofing material peels, the whole roof goes).
It also goes without saying, but don't look for the lowest quote that you can find. Issues stemming from a poor job are never worth a bit of money saved.
Is a permit required before starting a roof job?
How long will it take to install the new roof?
Please get in touch with us to get an accurate estimate. If you could figure out an approximate area of the roof, that would help.
How does the roof warranty work?
The job is done, the crew has cleaned up and left, and the newly installed roof is beautiful. Now that the job is complete, it is important to know what warranties apply to your new roof.
At Hollywood Elite Roofing, we stand behind our work. We pledge to give our customers a quality roof that is installed correctly and will perform as expected for the duration of its life. This does not mean that the roof may not need regular maintenance throughout its usable life. Just like a car needs a tune-up, oil change or inspection, your roof needs regular maintenance and upkeep to maximize its lifespan.
Once the job is complete, we will issue you a warranty package for the roof, which includes the material and workmanship warranties.
The workmanship warranty states that from the date of installation for a set number of years, (typically 10 years), there will not be any leaks caused by the original application errors of any approved roofing materials provided and installed by our company. We will repair, at no cost to the customer, any leaks which are deemed to be caused by our workmanship.
The warranty is limited to roof repairs only and does not cover any damages to the property that are caused by acts of God. This means that forces such as tornadoes, hurricanes, hail, lightning, earthquakes and the like that are outside of Hollywood Elite Roofing’s control are not covered.
Material failure is another issue that is not covered under the workmanship warranty, although it IS covered by the manufacturer’s warranty that is delivered within the closing package.
This is just an overview of how all the warranty pieces come together. Please speak to us for additional details.
What roofing materials are available to me and what's the difference?
The difference between the different materials comes down to this: the cost, the weight (can your structure support it?), durability (and, therefore warranty), slope of the roof, and of course, aesthetics.
Some options are also more eco-friendly than others, with asphalt shingles being least eco-friendly.
Keep in mind that certain city ordinances can lock you into using specific roofing materials for aesthetic reasons. In that case, all you can do is oblige.
Here's are the most common residential roofing materials available to you:
Pros: attractive; long lasting; low maintenance; variety of colors; non combustible.
Cons: heavy weight; some colors may fade; expensive; complex to install; may not walk on a roof due to fragility.
Pros: beautiful appearance; fireproof; very long lasting; low maintenance.
Cons: heavy weight; expensive.
Pros: durable; low maintenance; relatively light-weight.
Pros: upscale look; lasting up to 70 years; non combustible; great insulator.
Cons: very expensive; very heavy.
Pros: low cost; easy to install; variety of colors, suitable for most residential applications; easy to repair; fire resistant.
Cedar wood shakes
Pros: natural look; great insulation; long lasting.
Cons: complicated to install; low durability; high maintenance.
Pros: durable; fire retardant; low maintenance; low weight; variety of styles and colors (including faux tile look - see the image below); recyclable; can be installed over existing roofs.
Cons: high initial cost; may need periodic painting; difficult to install.
What's the most green eco-friendly roof material?
They are all pretty good except for asphalt shingles (require often replacement, non-biodegradable). Slate tile can last for centuries, and can be reused. Metal roof sheets can be recycled. Wood shingles are biodegradable.
What's the most energy efficient roofing material?
The winner would be the natural wood tiles, but proper insulation can help other materials keep up. Metal is naturally the worst (without the insulation).
What's the most luxurious/expensive roofing material?
That would be slate tile. This is essentially sheet rock. Hard to source, hard to install, requires extra an especially strong building. But your home will be your castle.
What's the cheapest roofing material?
That, no doubt, would be asphalt shingles. They might be cheap, but with a proper installation, you should have 10-15 years of worry free roof over your head.
Which roofing material has the best warranty?
Clay roofs come with unmatched 50+ year warranties.
Which roofing material requires minimal maintenance/repair?
Again, it would be clay tiles. In contrast, metal roofs require painting, wooden tiles require treatment, shingles simply peel after a while.
What's the best roofing material all around?
The consensus says clay tiles. The warranty and life expectancy is great, house insulation is great (the air circulates under each groove for a fantastic cooling off effect), they look great, variety of styles and colors are available, they are pretty light weight compared to concrete, they are fire proof, they do not rot, are environmentally friendly, and generally cannot be damaged by pests.
What roof material is the most compatible with solar panels?
Hands down, composite and asphalt shingles are the easiest to work with when it comes to installing a solar panel system. But with enough expertise (and additional expenses), solar panels can be installed on any kind of roof.
What's my roof made of?
Your roof is much more than the top layer that you usually see. Let's take a regular house roof for example.
Rafters and trusses create the frame of the roof.
Sheathing sheets support the weight of the roof.
Some sort of waterproof material goes on top on the sheathing.
Tiles, shingles, or metal sheets go on top.
Now to the little details. Flashing is a material that goes around anything that protrudes from the roof (think vents and chimneys). If dealing with a leak, this is the first place to check.
Fascia is the "face" of the roof at the point where roofing material ends. More than purely decorative, properly affixed fascia will protect your roof in a hurricane.
A soffit is an area outside the house underneath the roof. This area is the "lungs" of the roof.
A gutter is a channel that makes proper water drainage possible.